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Oct 30, 2012 8:00pm PDT
for recovery in the u.s., but not in europe. europe could lose 1.5 billion on that continent this year. >>> and europeans are considering sending troops into mali. they would provide training to mali's army but wouldn't actually fight this on the heels of secretary of state hillary clinton's visit to algeria. she is trying to get support for believing al qaeda-linked rebels which have taken over the northern part of the country. >>> u.s. military has imaged to trim its budget a little bit. the budget for intelligence programs in 2012, $50.9 billion. it's the first time the intelligence budget has fall know since the attacks of 2001. the 2013 budget is expected to have a drop of 2.3%. >>> and nasa announced that curiosity finished its initial examination of martian soil, and it's similar to volcanic soil found in hawaii. the instrument beamed x-rays of the soil in a process very similar to that that geologists use right here in the u.s. >>> what redoing to get our top credit rating back? the kay schiller eler in decksd that home prices found. >>> a 250,000-pound crane dangling above mi
Oct 6, 2012 5:30pm EDT
the november election. it is a race to decide who represents texans in the u.s. senate. we hope by tonight, you will have a better idea of who you want to vote for. we will follow your comments on twitter. on behalf to do is use the hashtag #belodebate. look for additional and permission on twitter as well. we will hash tag supplemental and permission and each of the candidates. he will notice this is a very different debate. we are throwing out the rules. the candidates will face each other, answering the tough questions. moderating tonight's discussion our senior political reporter. joining him, gromer jefers. let's turn it over to them. >> good evening. thank you very much for being with us tonight. >> should be fun tonight. with someo start individual questions to each of you. we will start with mr. paul sadler first. you have an uphill battle. raising money has been hard. the democratic party establishment --[unintelligible] democrats in texas are not strongly behind you. why should independent voters are moderate republican voters consider you? >> did not appease texas democratic party wi
Oct 28, 2012 3:46pm EDT
the sufficiency of the sanctions regime the u.s. has in place against them? is it enough even as we speak? that will begin with mr. casey. >> this is a national security question. it is also a question about the alliance and unbreakable bond we have with israel that we have to make sure we continue to support. you did a very good job walking through detectable details -- the technical details. what you outlined walking through that is the threat that the nuclear program poses. even absent a nuclear threat, the have shown themselves to be -- it's hard to believe them. the regime has taken action to be exporters of terrorism. they support hezbollah, hamas, every bad guy of the middle east. they are the banker and backers of all the bad guys. with nuclear weapons, they become an even greater threat which would affect our economy and their safety. believe it or not, in washington, sometimes there are moments of clarity. we had a resolution voted on in the senate that got 90-1 to support a resolution from graham and lieberman saying containment is not enough. we need to make sure they do not r
Oct 21, 2012 9:40pm EDT
to introduce my friend, u.s. senator rand paul. [applause] >> thank you. thanks for coming out. i'd like to introduce my wife, kelly. it's our 25th anniversary today. we just sent our first son off to college and like some of your parents, when you went off to college, your parents were worried about you -- about you, may still be worried about you, are you showing up for class, particularly the 8:00 a.m. classes. what are you going to choose for your major? will you still be living at home with your parents? we read up about it, there's books about everything. there's a story about how parents can determine whether their child will come out ok. the parents hid in the closet, they devised a test they put out a $100 bill, a bible, and a fifth of bourbon. they thought if he figured -- if he picks up the $100 bill, he's going to be a businessman, if he picks up the bible, he'll be a preacher, and takes a swig of the bourbon, closes it and puts it under his arm and march -- and if he takes the bourbon, he'll join a fraternity. he picks up the money, and then the bible and then takes a swig o
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